Global Warming’s Impact On The Electoral College

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15 Responses to Global Warming’s Impact On The Electoral College

  1. AndyG55 says:

    That is BRILLIANT !!

  2. AndyG55 says:

    On a slightly different note

    Now we know why the SJW are trying to ban Merry Christmas.

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      Andy, that’s been photoshopped. It’s fake news!

      They are fine:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u7iLc7XhU8E

      • AndyG55 says:

        “Andy, that’s been photoshopped”

        Ohh thank goodness !! :-) :-)

        I thought Santa wasn’t going to be able to bring me anything !!

        • RAH says:

          Na. Nothing can stop Santa. The chief elf has a reindeer with FLIR leading a team that silently flies faster than an SR-71 and has STOL capability surpassing that of a helicopter all while carrying a massive cargo. He has an Army of elves in his service. He has the most developed intel network on earth so he knows who has been naughty and nice. He is infiltration and egress capabilities are the envy of the best special operators because he can sneak in and out of every home no matter how advanced the security system, leaving only cookie crumbs, empty milk glasses, and presents to mark his passing. Kris Kringle is unstoppable.

          • Colorado Wellington says:

            I’m puzzled why the Democrats haven’t figured out yet that Santa was behind the Wasserman Schultz and Podesta email leak. He has intelligence capabilities superior to all our agencies and he clearly knew all along that Hillary and her people have been naughty.

            It’s silly to think he needed the Russians for anything but he could have used them as cover.

          • AndyG55 says:

            “so he knows who has been naughty and nice.”

            oh that’s good… I’ve been very nice to everyone. :-)

          • oeman50 says:

            Santa is so happy because he knows where all the bad girls are. ;)

          • Colorado Wellington says:

            I used to know where some of them were but it’s been a while and I didn’t keep up …

          • RAH says:

            Don’t give them any ideas. But it sure was a lump of coal under the WH “Holiday Tree”. And the election the same for the leftists.

            It seems even many leftists are getting tired of hearing leftist talking heads talk to each other.

            They are getting tired of the hyperventilation over everything Trump says and does.

            The paid protestors/demonstrators are failing to motivate the masses anymore.

            Moochell was right. They are feeling hopeless.

  3. George Applegate says:

    We’re just lucky Gavin Schmidt wasn’t in charge of tallying the votes.

  4. JPinBalt says:

    Seeing that was best laugh I had all day Tony.
    But Florida has, or would not of had if alarmists correct, 29 electoral votes (ignoring ten year census enumeration lag), and went for Trump. Ok, by popular vote only would subtract 100,000 in FL since close on margin and both Dems and Reps in FL dead by near equal by AGW, so insignificant compared to millions of NYC idiots voting by wide margins theoretically under water by popular vote or by NYTs propaganda.
    But for pure political science, it is the electoral college which counts over popular vote. But 100 million?- please, that is over estimate, positive but margin a bit smaller, please redo the math before you get into Ph.D. mathematician Galvin “math” where end results come before equations. Ad hoc, would say guessing more like 10-15 million win by popular vote, lots of population density cities on West coast practically on ocean heavily voting Dem would have been under water, but also have less dense areas in mid west up Mississippi to subtract.
    Anyone got time to kill? – data available by state county by county voting and altitude for a more precise estimate. Please entertain me if have spreadsheet and do the math.
    (But still have Electoral College, Art II, Sec 1(3) 3: “The Electors shall meet in their respective States, and vote ..” – so need state fully under water to prevent, and still have census enumeration so if land one foot above sea level, whole state would vote according to last census, could exclude boats not “in their respective States,” but Supreme Court would be needed to decide if above water is legal according to state territorial claims.) I would say still close if 100 feet up in sea level by Electoral College, popular vote more a land slide, but not by 100 million.
    http://environmental.lilithezine.com/images/Rising-Sea-Levels-01.jpg

  5. gator69 says:

    It really is the most wonderful time in 8 years…

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sW85ZcswiqM

  6. Mark says:

    My first reaction was this would have the opposite results…? Seeing as flooded cities would only agree with the alarmist narrative. But then it clicked lol

  7. Myron Mesecke says:

    People fear an impact of an object from space.
    All a matter of where it happens.
    If it hits the Pacific and a tsunami flushes out California, or hits the Atlantic and a tsunami flushes out New York I would call that a plus.

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